The thing is, why would any one want to buy them unless they were weird or perverts, she must have realised that.
I don't for one minute believe she didn't concider that and put them on ebay bcause she knew someone like that would want them.
She's a disgrace and a sorry excuse for a mother.
Maybe she should have read that article in the Daily Mail the other day, that would make her think twice about doing such a ridiculous thing.
I think she sounds very sad. How on earth could she make enough money selling photos of her kids to fund a holiday, and why would anyone want to buy pics of someone else's children? Still, I expect she charged the newspaper/agency for her story so now she is probably in funds. Odd story.
nothing wrong with kids in the bath shots - ive got them of my kids, also just bathed baby wrapped in a towel pics of my boys, very cute.
natural thing for a parent to do imo. BUT for our eyes only - remind us how cute they were when we are struggling for reasons not to peg them up on the washing line and leave 'em there!. i would not DREAM of selling them or even showing them to outsiders!! it feels mucky to me.
Ive got a lovely picture of a little girl making a daisy chain, its sweet and i love it but i would NOT want a picture of someones naked child!
She says because it was a nice picture, with all her other children together.
If I think of all my kids' pictures, I have to say there are a few of them in the bath that are very cute, so I know what she meant about it being a nice picture. But don't get me wrong. My pics of my kids are for my viewing only.
Surely no one is that stupid that they don't realise that photos of that nature have but one kind of buyer!
She is so damn lucky that the buyer wasn't a pervert and £5.50 isn't going to get her very far is it?
I have photos of dst in the bath but they are for our eyes only despite the fact they are funny photos and naturally I think my boys are beautiful. I wouldn't be half-witted enough to post them on the net, particularly for some stranger to buy.